FP7 IRMOS also investigated aspects of translating application-level SLA terms to resource-based attributes in an effort to bridge between client-side expectations and cloud-provider resource-management mechanisms.   A summary of the results of various research projects in the area of SLAs (ranging from specifications to monitoring, management and enforcement) has been provided by the European Commission.  SLAs commonly include many components, from a definition of services to the termination of agreement.  To ensure that SLAs consist are consistently met, these agreements are often designed with specific lines of demarcation and the parties involved are required to meet regularly to create an open forum for communication. Rewards and penalties applying to the provider are often specified. Most SLAs also leave room for periodic (annual) revisitation to make changes.  For results-based cleaning, only the desired optical state is described (e.g., “tables must be free of adhesive and non-stick pollution, grip marks, dust and streaks after cleaning.” Nevertheless, even results-based cleaning is not done without a share according to the rigid specifications. Rooms such as toilets, kitchens and teapots must meet hygiene requirements after cleaning. Since it is not known whether surfaces or equipment objects are free of pathogens and are unhygienic, it is necessary to clean these types of cleaning spaces according to a rigid specifications. Only in this way can hygiene be guaranteed after cleaning these types of spaces. Thus, results-based cleaning is also limited.
As a result, not all objects or modes of use of objects are suitable for results-based cleaning. Whether it is hospitals, institutions for the elderly or laboratories, all hygiene-sensitive objects must be cleaned or cleaned in a disinfectant manner in hygienic conditions and therefore entirely and not according to the results. The legal significance of an ALS is to prioritize the nature and extent to which a service provided is in accordance with the contract. This has multiple effects. For different types of contracts, warranty fees apply when the actual benefit differs negatively from the contractual benefit. It goes without saying that the law cannot describe this benefit in detail because it is different in each case.